Lewis Hamilton braces up for Silverstone ‘Homecoming’ amidst racial abuse saga

Lewis Hamilton is looking forward to race in front of his home fans.

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton who for the past few days went through a tumultuous time has just a while ago let his fans know that he has left the Nelson Piquet saga behind him and is really looking forward to his home Grand Prix.

Given the tough time that Lewis Hamilton faced because of Piquet, it is expected that people are going to turn up in huge numbers to show their support for their home lad and it is going to be a sight worth seeing.

The 37-year-old has got die-hard fans all over the world and it will be fascinating to see what Lewis’s fans might have in store for their homegrown legend of the sport.

Hamilton just to make his fans realize that he is totally fine, has posted a picture on Instagram with the caption, “Homecoming, see you soon Silverstone,”

Hamilton via his Instagram has shared past pictures of the love that he has received from his home fans and has assured them that he is looking forward to taking his W13 for a spin in front of his home fans.

The experienced Brit has sounded happy ahead of the British Grand Prix and it is very likely that people are going to see a highly charged and motivated Hamilton during the upcoming three days of round 10 of the 2022 F1 season.

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Lewis Hamilton has won the British Grand Prix 8 times in his career

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton wants Mercedes to fight for victory in Silverstone.

The Silverstone track is well known for its free-flowing and fast characteristics and also the historic venue has been a good hunting ground for the experienced Brit.

Lewis Hamilton in his F1 career has managed to win the Silverstone Grand Prix eight times which is more than any other driver.

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Moreover, Hamilton is also number 1 when it comes to winning home races the maximum number of times. Over the years Silverstone has always been good to the Brit and during the upcoming weekend, he would be looking to put on a spectacular show for his fans and ideally would want to finish on the podium.

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